After years in limbo, Philadelphia’s first multi-family Passive House housing project is finished and on the market. Located at 219-235 W. George St., the homes were developed by the Onion Flats group in association with Domani Developers.
I presupposti affinché una città diventi più “smart”, sono certamente legati alla capacità che le amministrazioni e i cittadini hanno di mettere in campo una serie di interventi che nel tempo tendono a renderle più sostenibili da un punto di vista...
Presso la facoltà di architettura del MIT, è stato costituito un team di lavoro, dedicato interamente allo studio e allo sviluppo delle smart city del futuro.Il team coordinato da Kent Larson, Sandy Pentland e César Hidalgo, si concentra sulla...
For the first time since its inception in 2002, the U.S. Department of Energy's Solar Decathlon is being held at a location other than the mall in Washington D.C.
The competition challenges collegiate teams to 'design, build, and operate solar-powered houses that are cost-effective, energy-efficient, and attractive', and the twenty projects featured this year do just that by showcasing innovative green building technologies, products and strategies that visitors can incorporate into their own homes.
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